The new book from Visual Editions can be read in any order, and the iPad version has a cheeky way of encouraging that experience.
The Stockholm-based designer Gustav Segerstéen imagines two chairs forming a couch, just as two people partner up to start a family.
A new cultural center acts like an overpass, linking two parks. It's the first phase of a plan to overhaul they city of Villahermosa's main thoroughfare.
The founders of the Tread Project, a program designed to engage high-school students through footwear design, offer advice on launching an education initiative.
New York photographer Peter Ross captures the legacy of a leading postwar subversive in slick photos shot like a (very non-subversive) Sears ad.
My mom called me crying recently. She’s 68 years old, overweight, inactive, and suffers from a litany of “old-age ailments” including high blood pressure, high cholesterol, borderline diabetes, arthritis, and hearing and vision limitations. Her situation probably sounds familiar to a lot of baby boomers and their kids.
Every Sunday evening, she loads her four-by-seven pill case with her 12 prescription medications, three vitamins, and two over-the-counter pain relievers. She can’t remember or even pronounce the names of most of these pills.
ATMs are challenging enough to use when you're visiting a different country. But imagine drawing money when you've never seen an ATM in your life, and compound that with the fact that you might not be able to read.
The new Sexperience 1000, a survey of 1,000 sexually active Brits, avoids all the cliches, with timely content packaged in a vibrant interactive experience that invites plenty of exploration. Ahem.